HABAKKUK SERIES

You see it every day. Bad people taking advantage of the weak. Good people down on their luck. Innocent people suffering. War. Injustice. Ever get the feeling God isn’t fair? Discover how an Old Testament prophet can inspire a modern day faith in God’s Promises.
Habakkuk

Climbing out of the Dip

Sunday 24 July 2016

John Thomas

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Often when things seem to be going well, suddenly something happens in your family, someone get sick, you have trouble in your job, an accident, or even Satan sows seeds of doubt in your life and you transition from being in a good and happy place into a ditch or a pit. It feels like there is no way out, like you are stuck. When you look back over your life you can see that there was probably a series and a pattern of pit experiences – but the good news is that you did not stay in the pit. Often with a pit or dip experience you come out the other side more determined, with a stronger faith and experience a better view and perceptive on life.

Habakkuk

In the Dip

Sunday 17 July 2016

Taylor Johnson

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The bad news is that we will have ups and downs in this life. We will have days and weeks when we struggle and things don’t go the way we planned. We at some point will experience something we weren’t prepared for. We will receive the unforeseen phone call telling us some bad news. We will experience the inconceivable and we won’t always understand why. However, the good news is that God knows. The good news is that He isn’t ever surprised or caught off guard. The good news is that He is in control and promises to walk with us through those unforeseen situations, those situations we weren’t prepared for and the situations that simply don’t make sense to us.

Habakkuk

When God seems unfair

Sunday 10 July 2016

John Thomas

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Life has tons of questions and some trials that are dark, dark and hard.  There are some crazy and really horrible things which happen which are so difficult to answer. Habakkuk wanted to know, “Lord, why don’t you seem to be fair?” It is an age-old question that Habakkuk was brave enough to ask and if you are honest, you have at very least have thought it, even if you haven’t expressed it.  You want to know, “Why doesn’t God seem fair?’